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Hibiki Toyota

Athlete event class T54

  • Chosen as an athlete for special coaching support in 2024 (Japan Para Athletics Federation)
  • Born on March 16, 2006 from Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture.

He was born and raised in Okayama. Although he had a congenital disorder, he went to an ordinary school.
He first encountered para sports in a training session when he was a first-year junior high school student. The visit of para-athlete Matsunaga to his school inspired him to try out track and field athletics. He practiced constantly at a local wheelchair athletics school, and built up team practice as a member of WORLD-second.

Though yet to reach his full potential, he has certainly achieved growth, gaining entry to WORLD-AC in April 2021. He's aiming at the world stage, chasing his dream to go from being a member of the youth team to being on the Japan team itself!

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2019,July Joined WORLD-second
2021,March Graduated from junior high school
2021,April WORLD-AC promotion
2021,April High school enrollment
2021,December Bahrain 2021 Asian Youth Para Games Japan National Team
April 2024 Started university
PB (personal best records)
100m 14.80
2023.09.10 Chugoku-Shikoku Para Athletics Tournament
200m 26.88
2022.8.11 The 12th BIZEN Night Athletics Festival
400m 49.47
2023.04.29 34th Japan Para Athletics Championships
800m 1:40.05
2023.10.25 Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games
Hobbies Sports, music, calligraphy
Nickname Toyochi
Favorite food Sushi, hamburger, omelet rice
Least favorite food Spicy and hot food
Motto Whole body, strong heart that never gives up

Main Results in Competition

2024 All Track and Field Record Meeting 2024 100m 2nd place
2024 Emperor's Cup 35th National Wheelchair Relay Race Tournament Okayama team runner-up
2023 42nd Oita International Wheelchair Marathon Half Marathon 7th place
2023 Hangzhou 2022 Asian Para Games 400m final 8th place 800m 9th place
2023 35th Okayama Kibi Kogen Wheelchair Fureai Road Race Tournament Half Marathon 3rd place
2023 2023 Chugoku-Shikoku Para Athletics Tournament 100m 2nd place 400m 2nd place 800m 2nd place
2023 2023 Japan Para Athletics Tournament 100m 2nd place 400m 3rd place 800m 4th place
2023 23rd Okayama Prefecture Sports Tournament for the Disabled “Shine and Kiralympics” 100m 1st place
2023 34th Japan Para Athletics Championships 100m 3rd Place (PB), 400m 2nd Place (PB), 800m 4th place (PB)
2023 2nd All Athletics Record Meeting 100m 4th overall, 400m 2nd overall
2023 Emperor's Cup 34th National Wheelchair Ekiden Race Okayama team 3rd place section new
2022 31st Bizen City Athletics Championships 100m 2nd place
2022 The 34th Okayama Kibi Kougen Wheelchair Fureai Road Race 10km marathon 2nd place (PB)
2022 The 12th BIZEN Night Athletics Festival 200m 2nd Place (PB)
2022 90th Hyogo Athletics Championships 100m 2nd place
2022 NAGASE Cup Para Athletics Record Meeting 100m 6th place, 400m 5th Place (PB), 800m 7th place
2022 33rd Japan Para Athletics Championships 4 x 100m universal relay 2nd place, 100m 4th place, 400m 4th place, 800m 4th place (PB)
2022 2022 Japan Para Athletics Games 100m 5th place, 400m 5th place, 800m 7th place
2021 Bahrain 2021 Asian Youth Para Games (U-17) 100m gold medal 400m gold medal 800m silver medal
2021 2021 Bahrain 2021 Asian Youth Para Games 100m / 400m Gold medal 800m Silver medal (U-17)
2021 2021 Japan Para Athletics Tournament 100m 6th place, 200m 2nd place, 400m 6th place
2021 32nd Japan Para Athletics Championships 100m final advance ,400m 7th place 
2020 25th Kanto Para Athletics Championships 100m 5th place ,400m 7th place
2020 21st Japan Para Athletics Championships 100m 6th place ,400m 7th place
2019 2019 Chugoku/Shikoku Para Athletics Championships 100m 200m 400m

Main Awards

2022 2021 Okayama Prefecture Top Athletes Award Sports Excellence Award
2022 21th Okayama City Kinue Hitomi Sports Awards Sports Honor Award

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Message

I've lived in a wheelchair since I was born.
Ever since I was young, I've always liked to be active.
Soon after entering junior high school I met Mr. Matsunaga at a training session and started competing in track and field.
After school I would combine club activities with training and practiced track and field with my seniors.
Every day I’m doing my best to follow in the footsteps of my seniors, to achieve growth through track and field and academic work.
I'm devoting myself completely and single-mindedly to becoming a global number one athlete in the future never to give myself up. I appreciate all your support.

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